Related: Hillary Clinton sums up Clarence Thomas in three wordsLast month, Cruz welcomed the reversal of Roe v.

Wade, calling it a, “massive victory for life.”In his talk with Wheeler, however, Cruz went on to say he was unsure whether the Supreme Court would reverse same-sex marriage.Cruz said he agreed with the notion that Roe v.

Wade was different from those other laws as it involved, “the creation of a human life.”In a later part of the conversation, not included in the clip he shared on YouTube, he said, “You’ve got a ton of people who have entered into gay marriages and it would be more than a little chaotic for the court to do something that somehow disrupted those marriages that have been entered into in accordance with the law.“I think that would be a factor that would, would counsel restraint, that the court would be concerned about.